Natural Resource Management

Natural resources can drive corruption and corruption can be a feature of resource management. Learn about the risks and potential strategies to address them.

Natural resources often provide fertile ground for corruption. Since many partner countries in development cooperation are richly endowed with natural resources, these contexts pose special challenges for donor support. Corruption risks cut across resource sectors – from oil and minerals to forests and fisheries. This U4 theme explores these issues to inform donor practice in resource-rich contexts.

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Aled Williams

Senior Advisor

aled.williams@cmi.no

+47 47938073

Upcoming courses

Online training

Corruption in natural resource management (French)

  • 4th May 2015 - 29th May 2016

Stealing Africa. How much profit is fair? (by Why Poverty)

See how Zambian efforts to leverage development through copper exports are progressing against a background of past grand corruption cases and illicit financial flows. The video starts in a Swiss village.
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Author: Martinez, G and Shordt, K
Release date: January 2008

Sealing Water Aid against Corruption: Donor Interventions, Donor Responsibilities

This chapter in Transparency International's Global Corruption Report on the water sector addresses what donors can do to address corruption.

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Author: Tanzania Natural Resource Forum
Release date: January 2008

Wildlife for all Tanzanians: stopping the loss, nurturing the resource and widening the benefits

Within Tanzania, wildlife management is most importantly an issue of social and economic development. This policy brief focuses on several factors that should be recognised by Tanzanian policy-makers in response to the challenge of developing sustainable wildlife management policies.

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